IP Multipathing is a technology that allows grouping of TCP/IP interfaces for fail over and load balancing purposes. If an interface within an IP Multipathing group fails, the interface is disabled and its IP address is relocated to another interface in the group. Outbound IP traffic is distributed across the interfaces of a group. For further details on IP Multipathing, refer to the Solaris Operating Environment documentation, which can be found at: http://docs.sun.com/db/doc/806-4075/6jd69oabu?a=view. The IPMP features overview can be found at: http://wwws.sun.com/software/solaris/ds/ds-netmultipath/index.html.